Explore the most popular trails near Chino Hills with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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muddy
7 days ago

I would recommend this trail to anyone looking for a short/quick hike. Dog friendly & mountain bike accessible.

hiking
muddy
7 days ago

hiking
bugs
no shade
7 days ago

Overall it’s a nice trail. The truck road wasn’t anything great, but when the trail goes up into the hills you get fantastic views. The trail is pretty secluded. I only ran into two people on the truck road. The trail was easy to follow, and the signs were clear. As far as overgrowth, the trail itself is visible the whole route. There is a part where the brush on the side gets high, but that only disrupts the view to the sides.

hiking
no shade
8 days ago

Good walking trail. No really one to run on. But good scenic views. Many options to extend your hike to go further. A lot of up and down walking.

Ended up doing the McCoy loop which is a little further than the eucalyptus loop. Half of the trail is near the street, the other half goes on a trail that’s up and downhill. I enjoyed the trail part but if I do it again I would go out and back down the trail side. The markers are not always obvious for the trails and you could easily miss a turn. Overall decent “hike”

hiking
no shade
14 days ago

9.9mi, 1867ft, 3:35hr. Combination of single tracks and access roads, moderate difficulty over rolling hills. We went during a wind advisory and definitely payed for it on that ridgeline, I got whipped by 7ft mustard for quite a while. 2/3 is ridgeline and 1/3 of the hike is in Allyso Canyon which is protected from wind. The San Gabriel snow caps are just visible over the hills the whole time which gives a nice contrast of scenery. Mostly mustard and Toyon with some oak groves spotted around the canyon. Saw no one the whole time on a Monday morning.

hiking
no shade
14 days ago

9.9mi, 1867ft, 3:35hr. Combination of single tracks and access roads, moderate difficulty over rolling hills. We went during a wind advisory and definitely payed for it on that ridgeline, I got whipped by 7ft mustard for quite a while. 2/3 is ridgeline and 1/3 of the hike is in Allyso Canyon which is protected from wind. The San Gabriel snow caps are just visible over the hills the whole time which gives a nice contrast of scenery. Mostly mustard and Toyon with some oak groves spotted around the canyon. Saw no one the whole time on a Monday morning.

hiking
no shade
15 days ago

Great hills, stunning views.

I’m definitely an amateur after this hike for “all levels.” It is very steep in some areas, we got lost a couple of times because I feel that the trail isn’t clearly marked but we did it and after we felt great.

hiking
bridge out
over grown
washed out
18 days ago

Trail is pretty open at the beginning with some steep inclines. There are several blockages with tumbleweeds, but not bad to get thru with sturdy pants. However, just before Scully Hill met up with Lower Aliso, it got really bad. The bridge is still out. The part that is still there is covered with 4ft of tree debris. Given we had no other choice, we went up and over/thru the debris to get to the far side of what was left of the bridge. We then went down to the waters edge and used the logs to cross the water, then scrambled back up the cliff where the bridge should have connected to to get back on the trail. Once we got within about 200ft of Lower Aliso, the trail became extremely blocked with sharp brush. Again, no other choice than to push thru and meet up with the next trail. Again, good clothes are a must to protect against too many scrapes. See the uploaded photos for the bridge condition and the logs we used to cross the water.

hiking
18 days ago

Fun moderate level trail! They have come through and cleared away the mustard recently at least as of January 2020. Nothing particularly difficult about this trail, although the ups and downs can be a pretty good workout.

hiking
no shade
19 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

I liked the trail but yes not very good markings of the 2 trails but very fun even if you go wrong

mountain biking
1 month ago

fun trail but the gate is locked so if you dont plan on going around the gate its a boring ride.

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

Nice little trail towards the Grand Ave side. There are two benches at the beginning of the trail that offer a nice view- probably awesome during the spring time, but it was still nice to see some green in the winter months.

hiking
muddy
no shade
1 month ago

Nice trail to hike on a clear day. The trail goes through a tunnel under the street and it was a bit muddy due to recent rainfall. The rest of the trail was pretty easy to handle and there was only 1 other person on the trail that I crossed paths with.

hiking
bugs
rocky
1 month ago

Not very kid friendly. In case you thought of bringing a stroller don’t try it. Defienlty not “moderate” trail. Closer to a expert level. Great for cardio and hill climbing.

Confusing, got off trail... all come back when Park is greener

hiking
closed
1 month ago

Road closed sign at the point where it branches into the loop

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

Perfect for exercise as it has high and low elevation. Not hard to follow.

on Sunset Trail

walking
no shade
over grown
1 month ago

hiking
no shade
2 months ago

hiking
no shade
2 months ago

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